Covid-19 Updates

Oklahoma

119,152
Total Confirmed Cases
1,286
Total Deaths

via OK State Department of Health 10/28/20

743
Cases Since 10/27
13
Deaths Since 10/27

Featured Articles

stories from our current issue.

Hearken to the Roots

Dusty Hammack and his son, Zac, are using their Marking Tree Design business to keep it local, whenever and whenever they...

The Legacy of Gene

Firsts are, to put it mildly, tricky things. It’s like the old saw about being the fastest gun...

Protecting the Protectors

New recruits get hugs and candy bars. Deployed personnel receive ‘Freedom Boxes’ filled with toiletries and Girl Scout cookies. Returning veterans...

La Tropicana

La Tropicana Tacos y Más is the perfect mash-up of authentic taqueria and modern Mexican restaurant. Abundant parking,...

Adjusting to Big Changes

Thanks to COVID-19, every sector of society has been upended. But for Locust Grove native Jason Pirtle, a tight end at...

Richard A. Kelley

Oklahoma City’s fire chief, Richard Kelley, is a born-and-raised, bonafide Oklahoman who graduated from Moore High School,...

Redefining Youth

Jack Freese Attorney – Freese & March Tulsa attorney Jack...

A Food Lover’s Guide to Oklahoma

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Caring for Fido and Felix

The Pandemic Pet Boom Pet adoptions have skyrocketed during the pandemic, as work-from-home measures are keeping Oklahomans indoors and...

Redefining Youth

Jack Freese Attorney – Freese & March Tulsa attorney Jack...

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Protecting the Protectors

New recruits get hugs and candy bars. Deployed personnel receive ‘Freedom Boxes’ filled with toiletries and Girl Scout cookies. Returning veterans...

Adjusting to Big Changes

Thanks to COVID-19, every sector of society has been upended. But for Locust Grove native Jason Pirtle, a tight end at...

The Legacy of Gene

Firsts are, to put it mildly, tricky things. It’s like the old saw about being the fastest gun...

Hearken to the Roots

Dusty Hammack and his son, Zac, are using their Marking Tree Design business to keep it local, whenever and whenever they...

Reaching the Runway

Fashion is about more than showing off designs on the runway. Combined, the fashion education programs available in Oklahoma offer opportunities...

Carving Out Camaraderie

Bill and Carol Payne of Broken Arrow often pack up a picnic lunch and head for the lake, where he works...

Chugging Right Along

On February 28, 1827, the first railway was chartered in the U.S. to carry passengers and freight. Those long-ago locomotives certainly...

The Art of Tending Bar

So, you want to be a bartender? The potential for additional income while working with a flexible schedule is surely attractive....

A Trip to Paradise

The trouble with studying something that’s still alive is that it can keep eluding you. This applies to...

More than Football

Dan Bitson is one proud Tulsan. A three-sport athlete (basketball, football and track) at Booker T. Washington High School, the talented...

Broadening Horizons

Most academic clubs don’t set out to solve the world’s problems, but Model United Nations does just that.

The Power of Movement

People with Parkinson’s disease benefit physically from dance and other forms of movement, which is why retired music teacher John Gerber...

A Man of the People

Among several other –perhaps more recognizable – titles, Tulsa’s Sean Kouplen is an author. His third book, The Abundance Mentality, highlights...

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Much to Smile About

Whether a person’s interest is shopping, fishing, scenery, wildlife, local history or just something delicious to eat, Tishomingo and the southeastern...

The Subtleties of Seizures

Seizures, sudden and uncontrolled surges of electrical activity in the brain, can affect anyone at any age. Symptoms of a seizure...

The Rock (and Roll) of Gibraltar

When you think of Gibraltar, you might envision the emblematic rock. The monolithic limestone promontory on the Iberian Peninsula is steeped...

Staying in Touch

In the wake of canceled flights, postponed events and a bevy of other broken plans, Thanksgiving shouldn’t be a time to...

An Ode to Downtown Tulsa

When Chuck Lamson and his wife, Leigh, went looking for a new home in Tulsa, they found the perfect residence in...

Taste

food, drink, and other pleasures

The Next Bright Chapter

Ruth Young ran Tulsa’s legendary lunch spot Queenie’s for almost forty years, but if you ask her if she recalls any...

The Next Bright Chapter

Ruth Young ran Tulsa’s legendary lunch spot Queenie’s for almost forty years, but if you ask her if she recalls any...

La Tropicana

La Tropicana Tacos y Más is the perfect mash-up of authentic taqueria and modern Mexican restaurant. Abundant parking,...

Life on the Fly

If chef Jonathan Krell’s story only contained two nuggets – he trained with Masaharu Morimoto, and he once worked as a...

The Union

With a robust carry-out menu and fun options like a daily happy hour; Mexican food on Tuesdays; and poker, whiskey and cigars...

Urban Bru

Voted among the best gourmet coffee purveyors in the state, Urban Bru is also your stop of truly diverse meals, including unique...

Cheri Ann’s Trattoria

Established in 2018, family-owned Cheri Ann’s Trattoria in Broken Arrow is focused on the seasonal and the fresh, with daily chef offerings...
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Where & When

great things to do in oklahoma

On the Stage

Musical events are the name of the game this month. Tulsa Symphony offers two shows, The Titan on...

Archeology, Ceramics, Wildlife and Landscapes

Slow down and take a day to stroll through one of Oklahoma’s various art galleries.

Football, BMX and Equine Events

Football season is full steam ahead this month. Visit Norman on Nov. 7 and 21 to watch the University of Oklahoma take...

From Fall Farms to Film Festivals

Music education fans can get their fill with Signature Symphony’s online Connecting the Dots seminars this month. On Nov. 5, symphony musicians...

A Little of Everything

In Theaters As of this writing, it appears movie theaters are back in business, albeit at a smaller capacity...

Virtual Runs and Halloween Scares

From online events to musical performances and parades, Oklahoma bustles with family-friendly events in October. Running enthusiasts: several online...

Richard A. Kelley

Oklahoma City’s fire chief, Richard Kelley, is a born-and-raised, bonafide Oklahoman who graduated from Moore High School,...